1991 Rolls Royce Silver Spur II
The Rolls-Royce Silver Spirit and its long-wheelbase sibling, the Silver Spur, replaced the Silver Shadow and Silver Wraith respectively in 1980. Continuing the unibody construction initiated by the Shadow in 1967, hey were redesigned to be much more rounded and less upright, he work of Austrian stylist Fritz Feller. These are the first Rolls-Royces to have the disappearing Spirit of Ecstasy hood ornament, hitch sinks into the radiator shell.
The 220-hp, 6.75-liter aluminum V-8 initially used twin carburetors, but cars exported to the U.S. and Japan always had Bosch fuel injection, which was eventually standardized for all markets in 1986. The Silver Spirit and Silver Spur were built in four iterations, or Marks, but there were thousands of running changes through the years. A total of 8,129 Mk I Rolls-Royce Silver Spirits were built between 1980-89; 1,152 Mk IIs were produced from 1989-93; 1,658 Mk IIIs were manufactured in 1993-94; and 122 Mk IV models left the line from 1995-98.
The finish on the Silver Spirit was as superior as one might expect, with burl walnut wood trim, Connolly leather hide interior, and Wilton carpets. Steering was power rack-and-pinion, and Rolls-Royce used Citroen’s hydraulic self-leveling suspension at the rear, power disc brakes all-around, and a three-speed automatic transmission, which was later replaced by a four-speed automatic in 1991. Almost everything was standard, including air conditioning, power windows, seats, and door locks.
This PMC has 112k miles, quite possibly one of the most mechanically sound high millage spurs on the market!
Some cosmetic blemishes including paint, few dents and interior blemishes. It is always recommended to hire a 3rd party to inspect any vehicle before bidding/ purchasing. Vehicle is Sold- As - Is, TL ( Tax, title, license fees ) if purchased in the State of California will be added at time of sale.